Before Mikey Erased The MWP, English Wine Threatened French Vineyards

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25 Responses to Before Mikey Erased The MWP, English Wine Threatened French Vineyards

  1. jdseanjd says:

    While the UK govt ( Punch & Judy puppets of the Rothschild BOE ) prepares for winter with WWII style blackouts :

    The UK already loses 20,000 plus pensioners each winter, above the Scandinavian averages, through people so poor they choose between heating & eating. In one of the richest? countries in the World.

    Pure Rothschild/UN Agenda 21 in practice. Back to our agrarian future comrades.

    A World where ( Oxfam report) 85 individuals own as much wealth as half the population, 3.5 billion people.
    OR: put in Jesse Ventura : The Sickness of the 1%s
    As unions disappear, so will the middle class.

    On a lighter note, I chanced across this :
    Stunningly beautiful out there.

    On WUWT, there’s an interesting conversation on abiotic water, oil & gas from deep in the earth.
    Now that’d cause a paradigm shift, if the 1%s don’t bury it 😉
    water deep in the Earth.

    • _Jim says:

      Are you our resident Keeper Of Odd Knowledge (K.O.O.K.) member now?

      Reason I mention this, I didn’t notice in the above post any addressing of the issues contained in the OP …

      • jdseanjd says:

        Jim, old son.

        let me join a few dots for you.

        The background to the whole Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming/Climate Change/ Weird Weather Scam is many layered, but not too complex.

        It is an attempt to convince the World that the world is overpopulated, that man is causing dangerous warming, & that we have a global problem which requires, to resolve it, a Global Govt. & a vast depopulation agenda.

        This is arrant nonsense, on so many levels, that is better termed Genocidal Madness.
        When Steve mentions Mikey trying his little best to hide the MWP to make the warming appear more dramatic, he is falsifying that little scam & pointing out that a bit of warming is beneficial.

        When I point out that the UK Govt is destroying our energy capacity & raising prices through the roof, I am pointing out, too subtly perhaps, that cold is the killer, not warmth, & that the Rothschild slave UK is leading the field in this mad race back to a fondly remembered, but non existent agrarian future.

        Do you have anything positive to contribute to the debate, or are you content to just sling snide?

        • _Jim says:

          … for HOW many years now has this ‘same old line’ been spoken by the conspiracy heads; were you born yesterday?

          And, what has come of it. Again, must I remind you TPTB (you know what the means) had the entirety of the USSR in their grasp, then one day they did not! Whoops! Sorry! No longer in control and the USSR breaks up!

          HOW did this happen?

          Are these sinister powers so stupid and inept so as to LOSE their control over HALF the d*mn world?

          YOU are the one to reconcile that answer with respect to what you ‘preach’, old son, not me. I don’t believe this kind of garbage.

          For others I recommend searching for “Debate with a Bircher”.

          It begins thusly:
          – – – – – –
          What you are about to read is shocking. It is the story of a debate with a chapter leader of the John Birch Society that started off with good intentions, but never really evolved into a serious discussion. Thanks to an unwillingness to acknowledge even the most obvious of errors and a touch of Birch form, the truth quickly took a back seat to preconception and ego rather than a thoughtful exchange of ideas. The entire debate as it happened is here unedited with the exception of a few spelling errors. All non-relevant material was deleted for the sake of brevity.

          One of the most striking tactics that the John Birch Society (JBS) and other conspiracy theorists commonly use on this issue is to overwhelm the opponent with information. The assumption, of course, is the common fallacy of logic that since there is so much information available on the subject that it must be true; the sheer enormity of printed text unquestionably makes it fact.
          – – – – – –

    • omanuel says:

      Yes, we live in a beautiful, bountiful, benevolent universe, that is made ugly on Earth by the FEAR-induced selfishness of individuals.

      Peaceful reconciliation is desperately needed to end sixty-nine years (2014 – 1945 = 69 yrs) of deception.

      Click to access CHAOS_and_FEAR_August_1945.pdf

      • jdseanjd says:

        Hi, omanuel.
        I’m most inclined to believe you, it fits the pattern of suppression of energy alternatives by the 1%s. The Morgan banking interests sabotaged Tesla in his wireless electricity technology, because they were so heavily invested in copper mining for the transmission of electricity that wireless transmission was anathema to them. It’s a fascinating story.

        If you go to there’s a story about the UK & French Govts conspiring against the development of a high energy density aluminium fuel cell. The developer, Trevor Jackson, is an Ex-Navy Nuclear Engineer.
        The chap running the site, Brian Gerrish, is an EX-Navy Intelligence officer, & can be regarded as a sort of Brit version of Infowars’ Alex Jones. His understated style could not be more different, however. I think you will enjoy this tale.

        I’m glad you liked the magnificent Hubble picture.

        • omanuel says:

          FEAR of death in August 1945 forged an alliance of communists and capitalists.

          We need more public information on Japan’s atomic bomb plant and it’s capture by Stalin’s troops in August 1945.

        • _Jim says:

          jdseanjd June 15, 2014 at 4:28 pm
          I’m most inclined to believe you, it fits the pattern of suppression of energy alternatives by the 1%s. The Morgan banking interests sabotaged Tesla in his wireless electricity technology,

          Certified nutball stuff; I’ll bet you can’t even describe how the series circuit works in a 2-cell flashlight LET ALONE any of the purported ‘basics’ used by Tesla in his ‘wireless electricity’ plan.


    • catweazle666 says:

      Ah, as usual it’s the Jooz!

      I see.

      If your tin foil hat is proving inadequate at resisting the Zio-rays – as seems to be the case, may I recommend this supplier of professional-standard shielding equipment?

      Alternatively you could upgrade to 10SWG builders’ lead flashing, preferably extended down to neck level and hermetically sealed.

      • jdseanjd says:


        You mentioned the JOOZ, not me.
        I always refer to the bankster 1%s as the bankster 1%s.

        For one, I see the problem as a predatory mindset thing, not a religious or racial problem.
        For two, one of our favourite nephews is a millionaire ex Rothschild banker & he’s one of the nicest blokes on two legs. I played on his football team for years.

        Code 4 lead is what I use for flashings onto roofs from adjacent higher walls.

        So fcuk off cnut.

  2. jdseanjd says:

    If that Ora tv link won’t work, try Youtube & put in : The sickness of the 1%s
    That should do.

  3. Andy DC says:

    The Great Lakes don’t lie. Global sea ice doesn’t lie. The vinyards don’t lie. GREENland does not lie. But “climate scientists” and their “adjusted” data sets sure tell some whoppers.

  4. gregole says:

    This is a big, big problem for the warmista. If it was warm in the past, hundreds, even thousands of years before SUVs and Man-Made Global-Warming from his production of “excess” CO2, then what caused that warming?

    Further, and more damaging to warmista, is the simple fact that during said warm-times, life was good. The warmer the better. Cold times bad. Warm times good.

    “During the height of the Little Ice Age , it was in general about one degree Celsius colder than at present. The Baltic Sea froze over, as did most of the rivers in Europe. Winters were bitterly cold and prolonged, reducing the growing season with several weeks. These conditions led to widespread crop failure, famine, and in some regions population decline.

    The prices of grain increased and wine became difficult to produce in many areas and commercial vineyards vanished in England. Fishing in northern Europe was also badly affected as cod migrated south to find warmer water. Storminess and flooding increased and in mountainous regions the treeline and snowline dropped. In addition glaciers advanced in the Alps and Northern Europe, overrunning towns and farms in the process.

    Iceland was one of the hardest hit areas. Sea ice, which today is far to the north, came down around Iceland. In some years, it was difficult to bring a ship ashore anywhere along the coast. Grain became impossible to grow and even hay crops failed. Volcanic eruptions made life even harder. Iceland lost half of its population during the Little Ice Age.”

    So if it get’s a little warmer from Man-Made causes, it’s better. Good luck proving (I mean really proving) that the warming is from Mankind, but in any case, you may thank me in advance for the wonderful warm times we are having and you are welcome.

    Global warming. Just another term for nice weather.

  5. Andyj says:

    I live in the North West of England. A thousand years ago this was Viking country. My local hill, (mountain, but for 3 feet) was named “Wine hill”. This was spoken as “Vin Tor”. Many years later the English language took over. So, a map maker would ask a local what is the name is this mighty hill? He’d reply “Vin tor”. Ahh! I too have been up there. Such an obvious name “Win ter, hill”.
    One such surviving barn in Rivington had the oak cruck frames made by tree trunks that need to be seen to be believed. Nothing grows like that in the UK now.

  6. jdseanjd says:

    Jim above, who for some strange reason has no reply box under his stupid comments, is still complaining about information coming at him, the mind simply boggles.

    Regarding the series circuit, I studied architecture , briefly, as a kid, before I decided that site life would suit me rather better than office life. I seem to lack the diplomatic & political skills that years in one office requires.

    You might say I don’t suffer fools gladly.

    I served a formal apprenticeship as an electrician, City & Guilds Certificate qualified, union accredited. I was wiring factories on my own when I was 20. I’m now 60, & have spent most of my time as a building contractor.

    I know the difference between circuits wired in series or in parallel, between 110V, 240V & 3 phase 450v.

    So you lose that bet dim brain.

    • _Jim says:

      Fail; Having simply ‘worked’ at wiring and pulled cable is not the same as being able to explain it, nor does that mean you understand it. (NOR have you explained how the series circuit of a 2-cell flashlight works.)

      Suppose you now state some of those ‘concepts’ laid out by Tesla that would have been the basis for his ‘wireless electricity technology’. This might just serve to be a little bigger challenge than successfully completing a electrician’s apprenticeship; You will have to think for yourself for a change.


      • jdseanjd says:

        Why would I waste my time pushing information towards a total idiot who’s just been wailing about information coming at him?


        • _Jim says:

          Well, quite frankly, because, I don’t think you can, and, I want to demonstrate that fact in front of the entire community on this blog ….


  7. _Jim says:

    I dedicate the following to jdseanjd. The following was extracted from Don Lancaster’s piece as titled below. Don has many more pieces like this addressing a wide range of ‘fringe’ topics e.g. Tesla, ZPE, and energy from magnets. Without further ado, here is his paper titled:

    How to Bash Pseudoscience

    – – – – – – –
    The web is full of people who are out there mightily striving towards developing perpetual motion machines, building “overunity” generators, running cars on water, abducting themselves to Alderon, traveling or communicating faster than light, performing miracles with magnets, expressing psychic powers, or extracting “zero point energy”.

    I quite strongly believe that these pseudoscience subjects certainly do serve as useful adjuncts to porcine whole body cleanliness. But otherwise are total hogwash.

    The usual causes of pseudoscience fantasies include:

    • labwork so mesmerizingly awful that it is not even wrong. This one gets them nearly every time.

    • not having even the faintest clue as to what a true scientific experiment, correct measurement, decent documentation, and realistic interpretation is.

    • A failure to think cyclically or to look at whole systems. The “power stroke” from repelling magnets is obvious, but the extra energy it took to get the magnets there in the first place might not be.

    • A lack of appreciation for engineering economics. Economics that must take into account efficiencies, alternatives, infrastructure, and total costs.

    • Dragging along unreleated excess baggage. In the way of paranoia, odd religions, conspiracies, obtuse verbosity, suppression fears, or nonstandard terms.

    • Giving vastly more credibility to a Keelynet file, [a website] or an anonymous newsgroup post than a mainstream textbook or a properly peer reviewed article in a respected scientific journal.

    • The failure to thoroughly research what has gone before and then to carefully build upon it.

    • Extreme hubris that fails to recognize the lifetime commitments that untold thousands of scientists and engineers have made. Like it or not, at least some of these people are rocket scientists. They are a lot smarter than you are. And, of course…

    • Sleeping through all those Physics 101 lectures. Or skipping the course entirely.

    – – – – – –

      • _Jim says:

        So sayeth the man who pulls wires for a living; not that there is anything wrong with that, but, you’re in over your head on these subjects.

        Accept the fact you’re only a ‘cheerleader’ for things you don’t understand, can’t describe, or explain to anyone else.

        That is all. Dismissed.


        • jdseanjd says:

          You don’t “Pull” wire, that risks stretching it, reduced cross section, increased resistance, etc. You put tension on the front & push from the back.

          At the age of 20, I was recruited by a builder, & as I said above have spent most of my career as a contractor. I haven’t actually worked ‘on the tools’ since I was 21.

          Not that any of that’s in the least bit relevant.

          Keep digging that hole for yourself, JimDim.

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